[nycbug-talk] Unable to allocate 577925121 bytes

Jesse Callaway jesse
Tue Sep 27 07:33:14 EDT 2005

On Tuesday 27 September 2005 05:34 am, Steve Rieger says:

> i set the following in the local dir in htaccess
> php_value upload_max_filesize 300M
> php_value memory_limit 947M
> php_value max_input_time 120
> php_value max_execution_time 120
> php_value post_max_size 947M
> i want 1 gig to be the limit of downloads.
> note this is on freebsd 5.4 custom kernel with smp. and yes i can scp  
> these large files,
> as far as i can see i am not doing anything wrong, then why cant i  
> download a 551 MB file
> anything under say 450 MB works great.

What is the php temp upload folder path? Is that getting full? I think you can set it to nothing, which should turn off using a temp file for uploads and should start eating up your ample swap space. 
And, wow! I didn't know you could set this stuff in htaccess... That's useful to know.


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